Clark Hill is a Proud Sponsor of “engAge,” a Reception & Raffle to benefit Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly Chicago
– Clark Hill is a proud sponsor of “engAge” a reception and raffle to benefit Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly. The event is on September 22, 2011 from 6:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. at the Grossinger City Autoplex, 1530 N. Dayton, Chicago, Illinois. Tickets are $40 each and can be purchased at https://www.events.org/creg.aspx?e=37229&m;=10.
“engAge is an opportunity for the Young Professional Advisory Board to introduce Little Brothers to the community and celebrate the organization’s accomplishments and service to Chicago’s seniors. In addition to fundraising, the event will highlight the various way in which people support Little Brothers and give back to Chicago’s seniors,” says Clark Hill Attorney MacKenzie Hyde, a current member of the Little Brothers’ Young Professional Advisory Board.
Little Brothers – Friends of the Elderly (LBFE) Chicago Chapter brings companionship and social interaction to isolated and lonely elders. This last year 1,181 elders were served, with the indispensable help of 1,572 volunteers giving more than 41,461 hours of their time.
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